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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1953, Mason City, Iowa m w m 1 fell 1 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor tii Horn ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press United Frets FuU Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 1953 This Paper ConslaU of Two Sec I One Mo 3 ia Asks Inter nation ieste More H p BURKE NAMED TO SENATEMayor Thomas A Cleveland and his wife smile happily in their home Monday night after the veteran public official was appoint ed by Gov Frank Lausche to fill the vacancy resulting from the death ofSen Robert A Taft Burke a Democrat said he doesnt expect to reorganize the Senate although the Democrats now have a one member majority Big 3 Foreign Ministers Call Hasty London Meeting WASHINGTON foreignministers of theUnited States Britain and France will meet in London Friday to discuss the Trieste situation possible Big Four talks with Russia and other world problems the State Department an nounced Tuesday Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and two top diplo matic aides will leave Washington Wednesday night by plane A DT rt j nv r for the Big Three talks pected to last about two days Dulles will return to Washington Monday No Agenda State Department officials said no agenda had been set forthe hastilycalled conference But in formants said Apropos Big Four form antssaid proposed Big Four ANMUNJOM The Korean Russiaon Germany and RePatriation Commission Tuesday Austria the exnlosive Trieste sitnasked the UN Commandand the and other top world issues1 would meeting was ar be discussed Although the ranged only a few days ago to be held this Friday officials denied that there was any emergency need forthe Big Three meeting Nevertheless Yugoslavias violent reaction to AmericanBritish pro posals to turn Zone A of Trieste over to Italy was believed to have played a key role in holding the meeting at this time Dulles will meet with British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and French Foreign Minister Georges Bidault Common Interest The State Department announce ment said that Eden had invited the American and French diplo mats to meet with him in London about Oct 15 to discuss problems of common interest This invitation has been ac cepted and it has riowbeen agreed among the three ministers that the talks wnTcommence on Oct16 and last about two days the State De partment said i American1 officials were quick to emphasize that the sudden calling of the meeting was not connected with Londphreports last week to the effeCtBritish Prime Minister might go to cow alone for cold war peace talks with Soviet Premier Georgi M Malenkov BULLETIN NEW YORK of the Robert T Stevens said Tuesday any civilian employe of the Army who refuses to answer questions on Communism before the Senate Permanent Subcom mittee on Investigation Will be summarily suspended Set Time for PW Coaxing Communists to start Thursday in their attempts tok persuade war prisojiers to return home The commission request came shortly after the UNC announced it would complete by midnight Tuesday a permanent center for the Reds to use in interviewing 22300 North Korean and Chinese POWs An Allied spokesman said an of ficial request to start has not been received by the UNC and that if any reply is forthcoming it will be delivered Wednesday The UNC announcement that fa cilities had been completed paved the way for the delayplagued ex planations to get under way The Reds had steadfastly refused meet with the POWs until the UNC completed new facilities Charles Cityan Dies of Injuries in Auto Mishap CHARLES H Newton 79 of Charles Citydied at a hos pital here at 8 am Tuesday from injuries sufferedin an automobile accident at a street intersection herelast Friday According to Coroner Carl Hau ser he was driving a car which collided with one driven by Sharon Weber 16 in which Elaine Kratch rher 16Vwas ridingThe girlsVsuf ered minor injuries and were not lospitalized Newt9n leaves a daughter Mrs EverettStaebler of spas Stanley ofRicevilleand Dale of Jackson Minn seven grand chiidrerii four great grandchildren a sister Mrs Florence JVteyer of Charles City and abrqttie1rYJasper of Floyd Demos Have Majority Burke Naming Creates Tension for President WASHINGTON IP Appointment of a votegetting Democrat to the Senate vacancy created by Robert A Tafts death put new pressures on President Eisenhower Tuesday Democratic Gov Frank J Lausche of Ohio named Demo cratic Mayor Thomas A Burke of Cleveland late Monday to succeed Taft When Burke is sworn in the Senate lineun will be 48 Re publicans 47 Independent 1 Burkes appointment is heavy wit presidential politics But Burke said he was not com ing to Washington to reorganize th Senate Oregons independent Sen Wayne Morse long has been on rec ord as intending to support Repub lican Senate control at least until next Novembers congressiona elections Slim Margin There is good reason to believe anyway that Democrats would no want Senate control next session bj the slini margin by which it migh be available to them So by suf ferance of their opponents the Re publican Party will control nex sessions Senate But the administration has yet to enact the basiclegislative program upon which it hopes to win the 1954 congressional elections and thi big prize in 1956 And in the nex Senate they not only will lack Tafts astute leadership but his vote as well That will be cast bj Burke and not likely for Mr Eisen hdwers projects Burkewill be sworn in after hi mayoral term ends Nov 9 He re used Monday night to say whethe iie would be a candidate in Novem 1954 forelection to the unex pired portion of Tafts term Nei f fV V V j Following Ruth CLEVELAND Thomas A Burke said Tuesday he feels that taking ever the fob of the late Robert A Taft in the U S Senate is like foifowing Babe Ruth to bat Thesoftspoken mayor who re tires from his city post Nov 3 said the appointment came as a surprise He said he knew he was under consideration but never in my fondest dreams did he thinkhe would be appointed her has Lausche indicated wheth r he will seek reelection as gover nor next year Formidable Ticket But political observers forsee loth running in a formidable 1954 AuscheBurke ticket in Ohio which vould be hard to beat And if won reelection as gover or in 1954 he would be in position o demand and getconsiderable 956 consideration for the Demo ratic presidential nomination None of this is good news nei her for the Republican Party nor or Mr Eisenhower upon whom the TOP leans heavily to pull it irough next years congressional lections Only 11 Republican and 22 Demo ratic Senate seats will be at stake n nextyears election But many f the Democratic senators are rom southern or border states east likely to elect a Republican With a gain of brie now achieved nd likely to be maintained in Ohio he Democrats have a head start warranted to increase the tensions f office to which the President nd his colleagues are subject HEAVY SNOWFALL DENVER inches of snow ell yesterday on Wolf Creek Pass n southernColorado Report Hall Ready for Guilty Plea KANSAS CITY addict Carl Austin Hall confessed kid nap slayer of 6yearold Bobby Greenlease came back to Kansas City in irons Tuesday apparently prepared to plead guilty and face a death sentence Also heavily manacled his wom an companion Mrs Bonnie Brown Heady was transported in convoy with Hall from jail at St Louis to cells in Kansas City She main tained a stoic silence generally asking only to see her lawyer Missing One of the deputy marshals who guarded Hall on the trip and who refused to permit use of his name said the exconvict expressed be lief that MrsHeady had disposed of the missing of the rec ord ransom paid by multi millionaire Robert C Greenleas to the abductors of his son The officer said Hall1expresse a desire to plead guilty to the fed eral kidnap charge filed agains him and seemed to be resigned t the possibility that he would be sentenced to death under the Lind ergfy Law Doesnt Know Regarding the missing ransom money for which officers have been searching in many places the deputy said Hall reiterated earlier statements thathe did not know vhere it was But he said the dep U N Once 7 BAYING County Sheriff Norman Williams Floyd Gaunt of the sheriff s office at Kansas City inspect the scene miles south of Pnrk Kan where the FBI AP Wirephoto left and 1 PMA Slated to Be Eliminated in Agriculture Dept Change Benson in uty related that he believes Mrs ieady probably disposed of it when he was drinking heavily and has orgotten where she put it Hall was brought here in a car riven by Deputy Marshal Les Da ison He rode in the back seat flanked by Roy Kirgan another eputy and Sgt Tom Fuller ofthe t Louis police department Outline of v Alterations WASHINGTON e c r e I ar Benson Tuesday outlined his pla to reorganize the Agriculture De partment declaring it would re duce the number of employes and cut costs yet provide better serv ce for farm families The plans has been under study for months Benson unveiled it at a n e w s conference and invited rAII About The Weather Mason City Fair and continued mild Wednesday high 73 to 76 owa Fair and mild Wednesday Minnesota Fair and mild through Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to am Tuesday Maximum 65 Minimum 44 At 8ami 43 YEAR AGO Maximum 65 Minimum 35 SAME in Decision on Peace Conference WASHINGTON h e United States and its 16 Korean War part ners stood firmly Tuesday in a de cision to bar neutral nations from the proposed Korean peace confer ence A formal message on behalf of the United Nations side sent to Communist China and North Ko reaoffered to sendan American representative to Oct 26 to discuss the peace parley with Red officials Thenote stressed however that the UN representative would be preparedto discuss only a time and place for the peace conferr ence along with procedural ad ministrative and related questions as to arrangements The new Communist demand that the membership of the projected peace parley also be thrashed out anew at Panmunjom was rejected by the UN Allies The American representative special State Department consult ant Arthur Dean was instructed to discuss this Communist demand to the extent a UN General Assembly resolution which limits participation to the nations which contributed to fighting forces In new notes overthe weekend Red China and North Koreahad in sislcd anew that India Indonesia Burma Pakistan a n d Russia be permitted to attend the peace talks as The UN took the position Russia could attend only if invited by Red China and North Korea comment from interested parties Once he has studied reaction he nlends to put into effect such parts f the plan as he deems advisable By Nov I Any suggested changes he said hould be submitted by Nov 1 In his talk with newsmen Ben son emphasized that no major functions of the department would be eliminated There have been a lot of ru mors that we arc going to emascu late a lot of a lot of agencies will be dissolved but that is not so he said This reorganization streamlines the department for better service for farmfamilies and for simpli fied internal organization He gave no figures as to how many employes he thought might be released Eliminated under the new plan would be the Production and Mar keting Administration and the Bu reau of Economics Benson said the functions of these two bureau would be transferred to other agencies Four Groups The new department organiza tion proposed would put all of the service agencies under four main groups T Federafsfafe relations under J EarlCoke assistant secretary 2 Marketing and foreign agri culture to be headed by John H Dayis assistant secretary 3 Agricultural statlliiation un der Howard VH Gordon present PMA administrator and president of the Commodity Credit Corpo ration 4 Agrlcultyral credit under R L Farringtoii acting director of agricultural credit services The said he proposed to continue and to use the com munity county and state farmer committees whichf have adminis tered many phases of Conservation and price support programs Benson said the reorganization plan was drawn up af t er consulta tion with congressional agricultur al leaders the National Agricul tural AdvisoryfCpmniission repre sentatives of the land rgraht col leges representatives of the Pres idents Committee on Reorganiza tion of the r government farm or ganization leaders and others Bear Fact SQUAW CREEK S Lloyd swears it happened v vl A woman walked up to him Monday V the woods he said and asked My husbands trying to hunt bear but there arentany around here are there piece of redwood bark fell to the ground Lloyd looked up andfired A 250poundblack bear tumbled out of the tree and dropped at the womans feet Birthday Greetings for Ike as He Leaves on Long Trip WASHINGTON enhower gets birthday greetings rom Pennsylvania Republicans uesday night to cheer him on a weeks fencebuilding trip west ward The President who wont actual ly be 63 until Wednesday planned to leave Washington with Mrs Ei senhower and staff members early in the afternoon for 128mile drive to Hershey Pa for a plate birthday dinner in a circus tent there Tuesday night The President evidently h ud shaken off an attack of flu which kept him in the White House Sun1 day After a While House birthday dinner Wednesday night Eisen hower leaves by train on a trip spoken discontent wilh some of his that will carry him into Ohio Misadministrations actions souri Kansas Louisiana and Texas He returns to Washington next Tuesday The seven days of that trip will be devoted largely to the pressing political problems of drought low farm prices public power ond patronage On the first three the Democrats have made vigorous attacks on his administrations pol icies Some Republicans are grumbling about patronage Tuesday nights tworing appear ance and his weeks mingling with the people in the central slates will be watched keenly by politicians to determine if the Eisenhower popularity is such as to lessen out Red Plan U S Student Is Assaulted UNITED NATIONS NY ttfl Russia demanded Tuesday that ths UN Security Council try againto set up an international administra tion for the free territory of Tri este Cfiief Soviet Delegate Andrei Y Vishinsky called on the council to jump into the explosive Trieste question forthwith He submitted a resolution for action by the 11nation council which would T Appoint Col Herman Fluek iger of Switzerland as governor of Lhe disputed region at the head of the Adriatic Sea 2 Set up a provisional council to help govern the area 3 Establish the complete inde pendence of a free territory of Tri both Yugoslavoc cupied Zone B and Zone A which has been controlled by British and American three months after the appointment a governor Surprise Move A US spokesman said he an icipaled the Security Council would meetilater on the surprise He said it was too earlylof any official re action to the proposal butexpressedjfioubt whether the demand wasdesigned to bring the peaceful este issue sought i by the United States The council rejected a similar Russian proposal Russia has already accused he Jnited States and Britain of a grave violation of the Italian Peace Treaty by their decision to urn over administration of theif ccupation zone of Trieste to the talians Cold War The Italian Peace Treaty called for a solution similar to that pro posed Tuesday by Russia but the cold war prevented implementa Meantime in Belgrade antiWest ern violence increased Tuesday as angry Yugoslavia awaited Western reaction to President Titos threats and notes designed to halt the transfer of Trieste to Italy Washinglon showing no signs of backing down from the BritishAmerican decision to pull out of Zone A of the strategic territory the mood of the tense Yugoslavs again grew ugly Demonstrators beat up an American student and a Yugoslav who dropped office of the IKES BIRTHDAY CAKEFinishing touches are puT sevenfoothigh cake which President Eisenhower will cut Tuesday night at a mammoth birthday party at Her sheyPa The President will be 63 years old Wednesday into the Belgrada U S Information Service Huge slogans spelling entrance of traitors were scrawledon sidewalksoutside the USIS office and the British read ing room in the main part of city Reinforced Ring A reinforced ring of Yugoslav militia surrounded both buildings as mass street demonstrations continued Newprotests alsowere planned for Tuesday night A British spokesman said 1000 to 1500 thugs twice invaded the reading room and seized copies of the British news bulletin tearing them up and using them to make bonfires in the streets The renewal of violence fol lowed a night of comparative calm although the American Embassy reported that a Yugoslav woman employe of its information serv ice had been beaten on her way home Monday night As a result the embassy with drew the large1 staff of natives employed by theUSIS from duties involving direct contact with the public Put Oar In Demonstrators Monday slugged he USIS director in Belgrade and jroke his nose The Russians put their oar in the troubled Trieste waters Mon daynight on the heels of Titos bid for direct talks with the West f01 Powers and his warning to the United Nations that the Anglo M WA 3 41 A t American peace are t ;